You don’t need a basic black blazer to look professional. It is entirely possible to make a positive and powerful first impression without wearing one.
The blazer is often the first piece you buy to build a professional wardrobe. And it makes sense. It’s the cornerstone of great suiting. You pull it out for every interview. It works with printed skirts, patterned trousers, evening dresses, and jeans. A well-tailored black blazer automatically conveys authority and professionalism, but it is your only option when you want to look put-together.
The anatomy of the black blazer - defined shoulder, tailored waist, and strong color - is the reason it's so effective. Those same features can be found in other pieces that not only communicate your power, but infuse your personality into you dress.
This is the Frankenstein of jackets - in a good way. It’s part blazer, part trench coat and part cardigan.
The Moto Jacket
Adding a moto jacket to your wardrobe adds instant cool, but what makes a moto jacket a professional wardrobe piece? The structure of this piece reads strong, tough, and confident.
This piece has all the great parts of a blazer, but “look Mom, no sleeves!”
Looking professional and capable doesn’t limit you to a closet of full of stuffy blazers. Are you ready to remix your closet and add a few pieces that are better than a blazer? My Sort, Shop, and Style service is ready when you are.